Author Archive: Jason Arndt

Entertainment, Aquanuts lifts Libertyfest

Entertainment, Aquanuts lifts Libertyfest

Ski team brings in surprise anthem performer By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A jam-packed Saturday (July 2) at Twin Lakes’ Libertyfest made up for a slow opening night last weekend, according to Marilyn Trongeau, executive director of the Twin Lakes Chamber and Business Association. Libertyfest, held three days for the […]

 
 

Accused bookkeeper appears in court

Anderson allegedly stole from two local school districts By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A former bookkeeper who is accused of embezzling funds from two school districts made her initial appearance in Kenosha County Circuit Court June 28, where officials scheduled a July 15 preliminary hearing. Mary Anderson, 55, posted a […]

 
 

New Mexican restaurant touts authenticity, home cooking

New Mexican restaurant touts authenticity, home cooking

El Sinaloense debuts in Twin Lakes By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Hector Osuna had a vision to open an authentic homestyle Mexican restaurant for several years. The vision coupled with a long vacant storefront in the heart of Twin Lakes came to reality in the June 17 grand opening of […]

 
 

Appeals court grants stay in Wheatland placement

Appeals court grants stay in Wheatland placement

  By Jason Arndt Staff Writer A Wisconsin Appeals court has granted a stay in placement, pending appeal, of a violent sex offender into a Town of Wheatland residence, according to a Kenosha County Sheriff’s new release Friday. The placement involves Michael McGee, convicted in 1987 of second-degree sexual assault […]

 
 

Police receive positive reviews on Internet Exchange location

Police receive positive reviews on Internet Exchange location

Twin Lakes unveiled sign in the middle of June By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Since the Twin Lakes Police Department unveiled a new Internet Purchase Exchange Location sign in the middle of June, officials have received positive reviews, according to Police Chief Adam Grosz. “We have had several citizens use […]

 
 

Progress Days set for weekend

Bristol event touts family fun Bristol Progress Days is set to kick off Friday with several returning events, along with an inaugural 5K and Family Fun Run/Walk, held at the Hansen Park Pavilion. Progress Days, which runs July 8-10, features activities for people of all ages, according to the organization’s […]

 
 

Shaw not facing further charges

Shaw not facing further charges

Twin Lakes woman held in Nevada jail By Jason Arndt Staff Writer No additional charges will be filed against Sheree Ann Shaw, a Twin Lakes woman who was allegedly under the influence of heroin in a May 6 crash that killed McHenry, Ill., resident Amy Thornton, according to a McHenry […]

 
 

Enrichment program brings together students from feeder schools

Enrichment program brings together students from feeder schools

Summer Mash-Up enrolls 102 students in opening week By Jason Arndt Staff Writer Opening week of the inaugural Summer Mash-Up program held at Wilmot Union High School has brought more than summer enrichment, according to Co-Principal Julie Strasser, who hopes to build on the success next year. Summer Mash-Up, attended […]

 
 

Fellow Mortals files injunction against ATC

Town, attorneys say company is not exempt from needing permission to clear-cut trees By Michael S. Hoey Correspondent American Transmission Co. was scheduled to begin clear-cutting trees last week on the property of Fellow Mortals Rehabilitation Hospital at W4632 Palmer Road in the Town of Geneva. The action was delayed […]

 
 

Campus notes

Dean’s List South Dakota State University • Erin Elizabeth Blase, of Twin Lakes, College of Education and Human Science. Graduate Tulane University • Kyle Barthel, of Salem, Freeman School of Business with a Master in Finance. Hall of Fame • Megan (Kerkman) LeQuesne, of Westosha Central, received induction into the […]

 
 
 
 
 

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